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Archive for November, 2010

Downtown Revitalization Committee Hears Consultant’s Action Plan

November 18, 2010
Downtown Revitalization Committee Hears Consultant’s Action Plan

11/19/10 This month members of the Mayor’s Downtown Revitalization Committee heard from Stu Summers, a consultant working for PIDCO preparing public and private investment action plans for downtown.  PIDCO has recently re-directed it focus toward the central business district. The power point presentation was regarding the public investment.  Summers highlighted several public improvements targeted...
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Oak Drive Project Bid is $1.8 million

November 18, 2010
Oak Drive Project Bid is $1.8 million

11/19/10 Members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission were updated on the Oak Drive Project. The project includes widening Oak Drive north of US 30 to Hoham Drive. City Engineer Rick Gaul said the bid letting was November 10th.  Six companies submitted bids for the project.  Gaul said that the engineer’s estimate for the project...
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PHS Girls basketball brings experience back this year! (LISTEN)

November 18, 2010
PHS Girls basketball brings experience back this year!  (LISTEN)

The Lady Pilgrims are 1-0 heading into the Thursday night game vs Triton.  We caught up with Dave Cox to get his thoughts on this years Lady Pilgrims Basketball team.
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Time to share, time to care: donate blood

November 18, 2010
Time to share, time to care: donate blood

11/19/10 You can honor a uniquely American holiday by giving something that’s uniquely you.  By donating blood this Thanksgiving, you’ll help ensure that blood is available for patients in need, and honor the spirit of giving that surrounds the start of the holiday season.  “When you donate blood this time of year, you can...
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Baker Street Home Demolished

November 18, 2010
Baker Street Home Demolished

11/19/10 Plymouth Building Commissioner Keith Hammonds recently issued a demolition permit for the home at 109 Baker Street. Approximately 2 ½ year ago the home burned early one morning in what fire investigates determined was an intentionally set fire. Michael and Wendy Bazin from Colorado are the current owners of the property.  The home...
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Ancilla’s Lampen Lecture Series Explores ‘Where is God’

November 18, 2010
Ancilla’s Lampen Lecture Series Explores ‘Where is God’

11/19/10 Sr. Kathleen Dolphin, PBVM and Director of the Center for Spirituality at Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, IN was on hand as presenter for Ancilla College’s third Lampen Lecture of the academic year, exploring the topic of “Where is God?: Reflections on Creationism, Intelligent Design and Evolution.” Dolphin used her extensive scientific,...
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Real Services Seeking Community Partners for Elves for Elders

November 18, 2010
Real Services Seeking Community Partners for Elves for Elders

11/19/10 Real Services is seeking community partners to help assure that at least 45 Marshall County elderly clients will receive a Christmas package. Nikki Markley, Real Services team leader, said many of those they serve with in-home care do not have family nearby and the holidays can be a very lonely time. The annual...
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Jeannine Hunt – 81 – of Temple, Texas, formerly of Plymouth

November 18, 2010
Jeannine Hunt – 81 – of Temple, Texas, formerly of Plymouth

Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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County Police Investigate Stolen Mailbox

November 17, 2010
County Police Investigate Stolen Mailbox

11/18/10 On Tuesday, November 16th at 10 a.m. Marshall County Patrolman Bruce Carter responded to 6770 Michigan Road in reference to a theft complaint. Upon making contact with the home owner he was advised that sometime during the overnight hours on Monday, November 15th to Tuesday, November 16th someone stole their mailbox.  The mailbox...
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Third Thursdays Benefit Neighborhood Center

November 17, 2010
Third Thursdays Benefit Neighborhood Center

11/18/10 Last year the Neighborhood Center created a new program with the Plymouth Community Schools to help support the Food Pantry on a regular basis.  A program call Third Thursday happens each month during the school year.  The various schools in the corporation are each asked to supply a specific couple of items.  Each...
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